Heritage Under Siege: Military Implementation of Cultural Property Protection Following the 1954 Hague Convention

Military Implementation of Cultural Property Protection Following the 1954 Hague Convention
 
 
Brill (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 1. Februar 2012
 
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 318 Seiten
978-90-04-21568-9 (ISBN)
 
Heritage under Siege is the result of international multidisciplinary research on the subject of military implementation of cultural property protection (CPP) in the event of conflict. The book considers the practical feasibility as well as ideal perspectives within the juridical boundaries of the 1954 Hague Convention. The situation of today's cultural property protection is discussed. New case studies further introduce and analyze the subject. The results of field research which made it possible to follow and test processes in conflict areas including training, education, international, interagency, and interdisciplinary cooperation are presented here. This book gives a useful overview of the playing field of CPP and its players, as well as contemporary CPP in the context of military tasks during peace keeping and asymmetric operations. It includes suggestions for future directions including possibilities to balance interests and research outcomes as well as military deliverables. A separate section deals with legal aspects.
  • Englisch
  • Leiden
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  • Niederlande
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
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  • Ministries of Defense and Foreign Affairs, Military Academies, Cultural Sciences, Diplomats, Heritage studies, Archaeologists, Policymakers, Conflict studies, Juridical experts, Law faculties, military planning officers
  • laminiert
  • Höhe: 244 mm
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  • Breite: 159 mm
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  • Dicke: 25 mm
  • 652 gr
978-90-04-21568-9 (9789004215689)
9004215689 (9004215689)
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Joris D. Kila, PhD (Amsterdam, 2012) is researcher at the University of Amsterdam's Institute for Culture and History, reserve Lieutenant-Colonel in the Royal Netherlands Army and holds degrees from Leiden University and the University of Amsterdam. He undertook cultural rescue missions in Iraq, Macedonia, Egypt and Libya and is affiliated with several heritage organizations. He is Chair of the International Military Cultural Resources Working Group IMCuRWG and has written numerous publications on heritage protection.
List of Illustrations Acknowledgements Preface Chapter 1. Introduction Research Methods, Sources Used, and the Multidisciplinary Nature of the Subject The Production of Knowledge about CPP and Raising Awareness on the Subject The relevance of Military Cultural Property Protection The Volatile Characteristics of Cultural Property Looting and Poverty Chapter 2. The Playing Field of Cultural Property Protection Setting the Stage The Military The Media Governmental Institutions and Political Organizations Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) International Organizations (IOs) Working and Advisory Groups Commerce, Crime, Law and Order, and Religion Science Trends in Cultural Property Protection until 1954 The Sociology of Cultural Property Protection and the Military Chapter 3. Case Studies An Ethnographical Museum for Afghanistan Iconoclasm in the Orthodox Monastery of Matejce in Macedonia: The Creative Use of Damaged Cultural Property Saving Uruk from Looting The Cultural Importance of Uruk History of Excavating Uruk Military Cultural Intervention Key Elements for an Effective Cultural Property Protection Strategy Found in This Case CPP and Civil Military Cooperation Cultural Property Officers Handover Procedures Legal Obligations and Implications Looting, Illicit Traffic and the Link with Security Financing Conclusions Concerning the Uruk Case The Polish Approach in Iraq A Case Example of (Unintended) Violation the Hague Convention: Hescos The Case of the Iraqi National Library Egypt February 12-16th 2011 The Necropolis of Saqqara; An Introduction Conclusions from the Egypt Looting Casus Egyptian Epilogue Conclusions Libya The Current Conflict in Libya An Introduction to the Libyan World Heritage Sites Follow up Activities to Safeguard Heritage in Libya Lessons Learned Chapter 4. The Way Ahead Balancing the Interests Identified Dilemmas or Challenges Standing in the Way of CPP Implementation Legal Aspects to Consider when Implementing Military CPP Control Mechanisms and Sanctions Common Denominators as Part of Solutions Opportunities for Effective Implementation of Military CPP Research, Education, and Exercise Different Perceptions of the Relevance and Need for Training between the Military and Parties Who Want to Follow Up on the Hague Convention of 1954's Article 25 Teaching and Training Training in situ Examples of Other Means for Training Military: the CPP Playing Cards Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Satellite Remote Sensing Current Examples of Military CPP Implementation, a Comparative Analysis Concluding Remarks: Proceeding From Violently Opposed to Being Accepted as Self-Evident Valorization of the Research Outcomes Summary References Glossary Interviews Appendixes 1: The Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict of 1954 and the first and second protocols. 2: Examples of CPP field pocket cards in German and Dutch prepared in cooperation with the U.S. DoD legacy program. 3: NATO Civil-Military Co-Operation (CIMIC) Doctrine AJP 9. 4: Regulation Number 200-2 Environmental Quality, CENTCOM Contingency Environmental Guidance. 5: STANAG 7141 EP Joint NATO Doctrine For Environmental Protection During NATO Led Military Activities. 6: Mission Report Civil-Military Assessment Mission for Egyptian Heritage. By Blue Shield and IMCuRWG February 12 to 16, 2011. Index
"The book by Joris D. Kila falls squarely in the heart of this international debate from a perspective based on personal experiences, but no less complete and comprehensive. (...) Ultimately, this work is undoubtedly interesting because of its stimulating and enlightening content", Ignacio Rodriguez Temino, AP: Online Journal in Public Archaeology Volume 3 - 2013 p. 139-142.

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